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  • proper noun sometimes pejorative Any place inhabited by Caucasians, especially the United States of America.


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gringo +‎ -landia


  • Then I called a pocho friend of mine in Gringolandia who checked the route out for me on his motorcycle.

    Would I make it?

  • I can firmly attest to how amazing Gringolandia is and would hope that anyone interested in YA books will not only read it but give it the praise it deserves.

    Author-friends, Meet Lyn Miller-Lachmann

  • I consider this the most inspiring experience of my life, to see how millions of courageous people — people like Daniel and his father in Gringolandia — struggled against a brutal despot and their own fear to win back their freedom, nonviolently.

    Author-friends, Meet Lyn Miller-Lachmann

  • The association between flush toilets and Modernity, Sanitation, and Progress (not to mention class and race superiority) is very strong in Gringolandia.

    Stan Goff: The ultimate kapu

  • He (Chavez) warns that if the United States insists on committing atrocities against Venezuela's security the cause and effect of their internationally aggressive and illegal actions will be that "not one drop of oil will be exported" to Gringolandia.

    If some unruly brat tries to steal from your candy store, do you not have the right to call the cops?

  • And then it's back toward Gringolandia, with a few days on the Tijuana side of the border, provided I have any money left by then.

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  • Here, the locals resent the "haoles" too, as they were ilegally overtaken by Gringolandia.


  • Vastly different books shed light on Latino experience - Crazy Chicana in Catholic City by Juliana Aragón Fatula & Lyn Miller-Lachmann's Gringolandia In El Salvador, a grim reflection, and a glimmer of hope - The president has bestowed the country's highest honor on six Jesuit priests massacred 20 years ago, more evidence that peaceful change is possible, if slow to come.


  • Cynthia Leitich Smith has an interview with Lyn Miller-Lachmann, author of Gringolandia.

    A Chair, A Fireplace & A Tea Cozy

  • If there's one aspect to him that I've proven over and over and over again, it's that he loves his economy and the last thing he needs is instability with Gringolandia and now Europe going tits-up.

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